You can do that but it does not help speed up the computer much.
From this speedguide webpage.http://www.speedguid...cles.php?id=170
'MinFileCache' and 'MaxFileCache' should be the same ( about 25% of your RAM ) to avoid resizing. 'ChunkSize' should generally be '512', but you can omit that one. You should set MinFileCache and MaxFileCache to about 25% of your total RAM for best performance, i.e 8190 for 32Mb RAM, 16384 for 64Mb, 32768 for 128Mb...
These are sample settings from one of our PCs ( 256Mb RAM, Windows 98 )
Notes: Generally, the more RAM you have, the larger vcache can be. Remember that the RAM used by vcache can't be used by applications.
It still does not let you use 1 gig of memory. Memory is set in the bios not the OS.
Edited by SRX660, 20 April 2006 - 02:51 PM.